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Executing and Writing Publishable Systematic Reviews of Research
Over the past 20 years, systematic reviews have become a staple of academic publication. Whereas, all scholars are familiar with how to write a "literature review", the typical method and approach to writing one seldom meets the standard applied to publishable research reviews. This presentation will introduce participating scholars to the range of reviews that fall under the generic category of "systematic reviews". These include scoping/integrative review, bibliometric, systematic content synthesis, meta-analysis, rapid review. The presenter will identify the common features of these different approaches and also highlight their distinctive qualities. Finally, the workshop will discuss key criteria to consider when writing up the results of a systematic review.

Sep 28, 2022 10:00 AM in Johannesburg

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Professor Philip Hallinger
Professor Philip Hallinger holds his doctorate in administration and policy analysis from Stanford University. He is currently the Global Talent Chair Professor of Management at the College of Management, Mahidol University (Thailand) and a Distinguished Visiting Professor in the Dept. of Educational Leadership and Management at the University of Johannesburg. Prof. Hallinger holds an A-1 rating from South Africa's National Research Foundation, and has a Google Scholar H-index of 99 with over 50,000 citations. Prof. Hallinger has published more than 50 reviews of research using multiple research review methods. His own doctoral students routinely publish "literature review" articles during the first or second year of their PhD studies based on the use of bibliometric, scoping, integrative, and/or rapid review methods.